The United States is engaged in a long war against terror as a top national security priority. While initial response to the unexpected on September 2001 (9/11), terror attacks was clearly unfunded, the U.S. is still using emergency appropriations to fund ongoing operations as well as other non-emergency defense requirements. Since 2001 over $500B has been infused into defense programs and operations through supplemental appropriations, separate from funds provided through DOD's comprehensive strategic planning and resource allocation process: Planning, Programming, Budgeting, and Execution (PPBE) Process. Is a PPBE process that funds peacetime requirements still relevant after six years of war and current projections of long-term operational commitments? After years of steadily increasing base budgets, should DOD seek additional base budget growth by requesting some portion of enduring war requirements transferred from supplementals into the PPBE process or should the nation expect a peace-dividend as happened after the Korean and Vietnam Wars? Can the federal budget withstand ongoing unbudgeted defense spending at the expense of domestic programs and in the face of looming fiscal challenges?
July 27, 2021 Subject:
DOD's $500B budget to fund 20 years of terror
Most people I know have come to view the bombing of the towers as an inside-type job that was a full-on manipulation of the American people to get our military into Iraq.
The United States is definitely not involved with a war on terror but is emerged in a war of terror of humanity by the pope, the emperor, and all their satanic minions.
Still, in the end, it will not matter how much money Rome spends for the purpose of this war against Adam's seed. As it has already been written that our incompetent shepherds will be removed.
The establishment will never be able to fully divide again those whom Yahweh has united together. Thus, victory celebrations came a bit prematurely from those whose time literally grows 24 hours shorter every day!